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Pocket PC database using Visual Studio 2003

Pocket PC database using Visual Studio 2003

Pocket PC database using Visual Studio 2003

I am trying to create a SQL database on a Pocket PC device with Windows Mobile 5.0.

I found this link http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa454892.aspx, however my problem is that I am using Visual Studio 2003. That page is using Visual studio 2005.

My end all goal is to be able to write an application to be used by the pocket pc which can store data on the device and be eventually uploaded to a PC. I figured the easiest way to do this would be to create a database on the pocket pc. Am I going in the right directions? If so, any tips on where to get started would be greatly appreciated.


RE: Pocket PC database using Visual Studio 2003

I realized no one has posted in this forum for quite some time....please ignore this post. I am re-posting it in another forum.

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